A large storm blew up the Atlantic Coast on Christmas Day and it wasn’t until mid-day that the weather forecasters were predicting snow, and alot of it, for Chester County. All of a sudden, a day which should have been spent relaxing and drinking spiked eggnog in front of the fire became one of hurried preparation. The storm gathered steam late in the day as it picked up moisture over the ocean, then it headed west to drop it all in the form of snow. Atlantic City got about 20 inches, Kennett Square about 8, most of which blew away the next morning in gale force winds. My thoroughbred hates anything in his ears, including snow flakes, and he sure was happy to spend the night in the barn; the pinto could care less.
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Article excerpt posted on Sidelinesnews.com from Chasin’.